London, Bromley. A sporting God with more than 55 screens in the venue. Big screens, medium screens and even little screens in front of every urinal in the toilets ensure that not a single moment of the rugby is missed.
The Cow 4 Chesnut Plaza Montfichet Road London E20 1GL
020 8291 8644
The only gastro pub in Stratford with a fine selection of drinks and serving gorgeous pub grub
A good range of Ales, a great menu, 3 small and 1 big screen. How good!
London, Chelsea. One of MatchPint's absolute favourite sports pubs and the location for our viewing of the first Lions Test of 2013. If you're there early, the full english is a thing of powerful beauty while you simply can't go wrong with a pie to accompany your choice of pint for the rugby,
Family owned Irish Sports bar, we serve great home cooked food from 9am - 10.30pm 7 days a week.
London, Covent Garden. What once was an out-the-box O'Neills high street pub is now a bustling Irish run independent mecca for rugby fans, the Irish in particular. You will need to be here early if you want any chance of catching the rugger.
Oxford Arms is a friendly Irish family-run pub in the heart of Camden
London, Camden. A super-friendly Irish family-run pub in the heart of Camden offers 4 games at once and plenty of atmosphere on match days. A favourite amongst locals but still embelished by a smattering of passers by, rugby days are great days at the Oxford.
Doric Arch 1 Eversholt Street Euston Station London NW1 2FL
0207 383 3359
Locate us just outside Euston Station, perfect place to catch all live sports.
Old Dairy 1-3 Crouch hill Crouch Hill London N4 4AP
0207 263 3337
Big, traditional pub in Crouch Hill with great food and a Big Screen for sport.
North London, Crouch Hill. Though strictly speaking a Gastro Pub, the Old Dairy is so cavernous that it could easily set itself up as a West End Club. With a good mix of locals and visitors, the atmosphere is lively and it's testament to the quality of the pub that such a huge space is often filled to the brim. Football is also big here, but if we were picking a pub in which to watch and England Six Nations match in North London, this'd be it. Sky Sports and BT Sport.
South West London, Hammersmith. Boasting James May as a regular and home to plenty of front-row forwards, the Cross Keys is the sort of pub you might like to hibernate in during the winter. With its cozy seating and warm oak decor, you're advised to bed in for lunch and stay until next Spring. Great beer from Fuller's and plenty of screens to catch the rugby on. Sky Sports and BT Sport.
Wyvern Common Barn Lane Lee-On-Solent Hampshire PO13 9DS
A FRIENDLY LOCAL COMMUNITY PUB ON THE EDGE OF LEE ON SOLENT SERVING GREAT BEERS & EXCEPTIONAL FOOD.
Amazing screens in 1st floor bar(75"HD)& big screen in ground floor bar perfect for all sport events
London, the Strand. Fresh on the block and newly subscribing to BT Sport, Temple Bar is a small, welcoming venue close to Australia House in Temple. Two big screens upstairs are viewable by all with the black stuff available at the near-private bar while you're at it.
Black Horse 425 Oldfield Lane Greenford Middlesex UB6 0AS
Perfect for catching the match with friends- 5x50 inch plasma's, great beers, food & service.GAME ON
London, Tower Hill. A vast, beautiful thing in St Katherine's Dock boasting a capacity of 400+. Though set in a completely different location, it feels rather similar to the famous George pub in London Bridge - oak floors and dark beams throughout with two floors' worth of balcony space in which to take advantage of the sun (if it's out).